[Interview] B1A4 “We want to get 1st place on a music broadcast with our own colors”!
Mar 19, 2012 04:30
The popular male group, B1A4 (Jinyoung, Baro, Sandeul, CNU, Gongchan) revealed their thoughts on their comeback.
On the KBS 2TV ‘Music Bank’ live broadcast aired on the 16th, B1A4 appeared and showed a comeback stage by passionately singing their new songs, ‘This Time Is Over’ and ‘Baby I’m Sorry’.
On this broadcast, they showed fierce masculinity that has been hidden till now, through their impressive performance and explosive singing abilities.
In the interview with dongA.com, B1A4 started off with, “Since we’re having our comeback again on stage, the feeling is new,” and, “We want to show our own colors in this promotion as well.”
They added, “In this album, there’s a certain sad feeling that we can express. And we will show a more matured side to us than before,” and,“Although we received the newcomer award last year, our goal this year is to be awarded with a Bonsang during the end-of-the-year awards and to get first place on a music broadcast. We will work hard. We hope that you could love us a lot.”
Also, B1A4’s title song, ‘Baby I’m Sorry’, was written, composed, and produced by their leader, Jinyoung. It’s a song with an addictive strong melody along with their charisma-filled masculine image that coexists with a fresh boy image.
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